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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
13-11 3-7 W1
13-12 6-4 W2
11-13 5-5 L1
11-13 6-4 W1
5-18 2-8 L2

Top Rockies News

  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: No baseball work yet

    Rockies manager Bud Black said Tuesday that Bryant (back) is not participating in baseball activities and won't be reinstated from the 10-day injured list when first eligible Wednesday, Patrick Lyons of reports.

    There apparently isn't much concern about the back strain being a serious issue since Bryant hasn't been sent for medical imaging, but the lower-back strain will still keep him sidelined for the near future. The 32-year-old doesn't have an official timeline for his return and should be considered out indefinitely until he resumes baseball activities.

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  • Rockies' Ryan McMahon: Struggling of late

    McMahon went 0-for-3 with an RBI on Monday against the Padres.

    McMahon recorded four hits April 12, but he has only five hits across 38 plate appearances since. He's also struck out at 39.5 percent clip in that span while tallying two RBI and two runs scored. Even with that stretch, McMahon has a .314 average across 100 plate appearances on the campaign.

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  • Rockies' Brenton Doyle: One hit in return

    Doyle went 1-for-3 Monday against the Padres.

    Doyle missed one game due to a chest injury, though his absence turned out to be short-lived. He hit seventh in the order and now has at least one hit in five of his last six starts. Overall, Doyle has maintained an impressive .291 batting average across 84 plate appearances, though he's still striking out at a 31 percent clip.

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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Takes loss in ugly outing

    Mears (0-2) allowed two earned runs on three hits and a walk while striking out one to take the loss Monday against the Padres.

    Mears was on the mound for the second consecutive day, this time in the eighth inning with the task of keeping the score knotted at 1-1. He got two outs across the first three batters he faced but then allowed a double and a pair of singles to account for the damage and take his second loss of the season. Mears has looked to be in the mix for saves and has been used in high-leverage spots early on this season, though this outing won't help his case.

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  • Rockies' Austin Gomber: Yields one run in five frames

    Gomber tossed five innings, allowing one run on four hits and three walks while striking out two batters in a no-decision against San Diego on Monday.

    Gomber induced just seven swinging strikes among his 95 pitches and punched out only two Padres, but he kept Colorado in the game despite allowing at least one baserunner in each of his five frames. The southpaw got only one run of support from the Rockies' offense, though that was enough for him to avoid taking the loss. Gomber has given up three or fewer runs in each of his past four starts, but he remains stuck on zero wins this season.

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  • Rockies' Brenton Doyle: Back in action Monday

    Doyle (chest) will start in center field and bat seventh in Monday's game versus the Padres, Patrick Lyons of reports.

    Doyle sat out the second game of Sunday's doubleheader against the Mariners because of a chest injury, but he's ready to roll a day later. The 25-year-old has been one of the Rockies' better hitters this season, recording an .833 OPS with three home runs and a pair of stolen bases.

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  • Rockies' Noah Davis: Scheduled for MRI

    Davis is set to receive an MRI on his right shoulder Monday, Luke Zahlmann of The Denver Gazette reports.

    Summoned from Triple-A Albuquerque to serve as the 27th man for the Rockies' doubleheader Sunday with the Mariners, Davis came on in relief in the second game of the twin bill, covering three innings while allowing three earned runs on five hits in Colorado's 10-2 loss. He was pulled in the seventh inning with what the Rockies labeled as shoulder discomfort, but a more precise diagnosis for his injury won't be known until the results of his MRI are read. Colorado has already returned Davis to Triple-A Albuquerque, so if he needs to be shut down for any period of time, he'll likely go on the Triple-A club's 7-day injured list.

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  • Rockies' Brenton Doyle: Should be fine for San Diego series

    Doyle, who was scratched from the lineup ahead of the second game of Sunday's doubleheader with the Mariners due to a bruised chest, is expected to be "OK" for the Rockies' four-game series with the Padres that begins Monday, Luke Zahlmann of The Denver Gazette reports.

    Doyle went 2-for-3 with a triple and a stolen base in the Rockies' 2-1 extra-inning win over Seattle in Game 1 of the twin bill, but he sat out the nightcap in what looked to be a precautionary decision after he took a pitch off the chest during one his plate appearances in the early contest. Though he avoided any major damage beyond a bruise, the injury still affected his ability to swing the bat prior to Game 2, so the Rockies opted to play it safe and hold him out. Fantasy managers planning on using Doyle for the Rockies' upcoming seven-game week will still want to verify that he's in the lineup ahead of Monday's series opener with the Padres, but even if he ends up sitting out another contest, the 25-year-old still looks on track to avoid a stint on the injured list.

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  • Rockies' Elias Diaz: Productive in Game 2

    Diaz went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI in Game 2 of Sunday's doubleheader against the Mariners.

    Diaz delivered Colorado's only offense with a two-RBI double in the opening frame. That continued a hot start to the campaign, as he has at least one hit in 11 of his last 13 games while also racking up nine RBI and five runs scored in that span.

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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Works clean ninth inning

    Mears allowed one hit while striking out one in a scoreless ninth inning in Sunday's win over Mariners.

    Mears entered in a scoreless game at home, traditional usage for a closer. He handled the high-leverage situation well, as he erased a one-out single by inducing a double play from the next batter he faced. Jake Bird still has the only save for the Rockies this season, but Mears appears to be in consideration for the closer role as well.

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  • Rockies' Justin Lawrence: Picks up win

    Lawrence (1-1) allowed one unearned run on one hit while striking out two to earn the win in Game 1 of Sunday's doubleheader against the Mariners.

    Lawrence entered in the 10th inning of a scoreless game. He allowed a single to the first batter he faced -- which plated a run -- but he went on to retire the next three batters he faced. The Rockies rallied in the bottom of the frame to give Lawrence his first win of the season, and he has not been charged with an earned run in six of his eight appearances.

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  • Rockies' Peter Lambert: Struggles versus Mariners

    Lambert (2-1) was tagged with the loss after he pitched three innings, allowing six runs on six hits while striking out five batters in Sunday's 10-2 defeat to the Mariners in Game 2 of their doubleheader.

    Lambert was able to toss a clean first inning before things got away from him in the top of the second, surrendering six runs in the frame with J.P. Crawford most notably ripping a three-run triple. The right-hander was making his first start of the season and he was unable to continue the success that he had coming out of the bullpen, watching his ERA balloon from 2.31 to 5.52 on the year. Lambert is tentatively set to pitch again next Sunday at home versus the Astros.

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  • Rockies' Noah Davis: Returned to Triple-A

    Davis (shoulder) was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque following the second game of Sunday's doubleheader with the Mariners.

    Davis was forced to exit Sunday's nightcap after pitching three innings due to shoulder discomfort, according to Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post. He'll now head back to Albuquerque after serving as the team's 27th man Sunday, but it's unclear if the shoulder issue will force him to the Triple-A club's 7-day injured list.

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  • Rockies' Noah Davis: Exits early versus Seattle

    Davis was forced to leave Sunday night's matchup with the Mariners early with an apparent injury, Kelsey Wingert-Linch of AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain reports.

    Davis pitched three innings, giving up three runs on five hits while striking out two before exiting ahead of the top of the seventh inning. More information on his status will likely be provided after the conclusion of the game.

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  • Rockies' Brenton Doyle: Dealing with chest injury

    Doyle is out of the lineup for Game 2 of Sunday's doubleheader with the Mariners due to a chest injury.

    Doyle will take a seat after he went 2-for-3 with a triple and a stolen base in the team's 2-1 extra-inning win Sunday's matinee, suffering an apparent chest injury in the process. Jake Cave will draw the start in center field and bat seventh in the series finale.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .238


Player Injury
K. Bryant DH Kris Bryant DH Back
K. Freeland SP Kyle Freeland SP Elbow
G. Marquez SP German Marquez SP Elbow
D. Bard RP Daniel Bard RP Elbow
L. Gilbreath RP Lucas Gilbreath RP Elbow

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